Robert Holloway, Psy.D (he/him/his)Post-Doctoral fellow
Neuropsychology Department - Counseling
Dr. Robert Holloway (he/him/his) earned his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from William James College. Dr. Holloway is currently a post-doctoral fellow at ICCD. He completed his APA-accredited internship at Aspire Health Alliance (formerly South Shore Mental Health) and the South Shore Educational Collaborative. Dr. Holloway has a background in providing psychotherapy, neuropsychological, and psychological assessments to individuals across the lifespan. He uses an integrative approach when treating and meeting the needs of each patient. His clinical background emphasizes a gender-affirming space that utilizes evidence-based practice in cognitive-behavioral, learning and systems theory, and interpersonal elements of intervention to promote optimal well-being. His experience has been applied in a variety of settings, including private practice, school-based intervention, family therapy/parent management training, crisis response, in-home based services, and community outpatient centers. Also prior to his time at ICCD, he was primarily employed as a Registered Behavioral Technician, providing 1:1 in-home ABA support to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has also participated in the clinical research team at the Pediatric Anxiety Research Center at Bradley Hospital, conducting integrative diagnostic exams to determine services for children diagnosed with anxiety disorders. In addition to the clinical treatment, Dr. Holloway provides consultation for gender affirming clinical care and has begun providing presentations to organizations who wish to better serve the needs of gender diverse youth. He also co-leads an internship seminar.
In his free time, Robert is an avid baker and enjoys cooking in his spare time. He can also be found exploring the Northeast, hiking with his dog Maeve.